Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Attaining 12 megabits per second of download speed on a well-appointed HTC smartphone might be mobile nirvana for many data-hungry Verizon customers.
This speedy, reliable dual-band router is great to use, although not so great to configure.
This attractive router is simple to set up and offers plenty of features that both consumers and small businesses need.
If you want an easy way to transfer files across your local network, DropCopy makes it drag-and-drop simple.
CloudPlug offers plenty of administration options and file sharing, but has pricey backup.
The Fivespot is a global version of the mobile hotspot, supporting both major versions of 3G technology (CDMA and GSM) and laying the foundation for Verizon’s claim to provide global data service in over 200 countries, with more than 120 of these at 3G speeds.
The Ooma Telo is an affordable and versatile landline-replacement home-phone system, one that delivers unsurpassed call quality. It’s like Vonage without the monthly subscription charges, and like the MagicJack without the computer requirement.
This tiny, battery-powered cellular router is a great way to connect iOS devices to Clearwire's 4G network, but it doesn't work with Macs or anywhere that Clearwire doesn't yet cover.
This free program simplifies host file editing.
Convenient Clear Spot travel router offers ease of setup and connects multiple devices via Wi-Fi.
Want to boost your Mac's wireless range? The BearExtender n3 does the trick, as long as you can work with a less than optimal software interface
The Clear 4G USB Modem is great if you're in a 4G coverage area; but if you live or travel in 3G service areas, you might be better off getting a dual-mode 3G/4G modem.
Buffalo’s Dualie is two things in one. It’s a dock for your iPhone or iPod and a dock for a portable 500GB hard drive.